We are Treasure Hunters and Space Scavengers.
We seek to find the galaxy’s hidden gems and profit from them.
Mature – Respect – Fun – Real-life First
The Wreck Raiders returned to tradition with the first iteration of the monthly Top Raven dog fighting tournament. Cryesk and Kensley made it to the final match, which was abruptly ended by a 30k. The awarding of the first Top Raven title is on standby until they have their rematch.
Galactic Enterprises Inc. invited the Wreck Raiders to a social hour, Mine to a Million event. The Roughneck team made the most aUEC within the two hour time limit.
The Raiders vote to become the fourth Org in the Nova Syndicate agreement. After months of deliberating, the Raiders are happy to join in the comradery of Nova Syndicate and look forward to conducting more ops with them in 2951.
Deep in the subterranean caverns of Aberdeen, the Raiders held the first ever Raider Rumble boxing tournament at Klescher Rehabilitation. Marred with scandal, the tournament turned out to be an embezzlement scheme pumping millions of aUEC into the Raider’s hands while onlookers were astonished at the sabotage committed against the favorite to win, VerniusNL. The controversial Kensley took the title of champion after he was cleared of any alleged wrongdoing during the fights.
The Raiders challenged eBlue20g of Nova Syndicate to the first ever Gauntlet ship battle. The Raiders faced eBlue’s Prowler with a full crew aboard their Hammerhead and prevailed.
A local pirate group infiltrated a M.O.L.E. crew assigned to survey the Aaron Halo. The crew suffered navigational failures and were redirected to mine local lagrange points instead. During these operations their ship was commandeered and stolen by an inside man at Crusader L1 while local pirates and security engaged in ship-to-ship combat. Claims that security forces died during the battle are disputed.
The Raiders vote to increase comms with Nova Syndicate and on the same day join them during an All Day Play session during the XenoThreat incursion. The Raiders gained some vital intel on salvage operations and successfully assisted Nova for a mission complete. Later, the Raiders ran the salvage operation again with their newest recruits and made contact with a black ops bounty hunting guild impressed by the Raider’s proficiency.
Cyber-Punk, Bishop, Love-Machine, and Argus Wolfe participate in the 3rd annual Daymar Rally by ATMO eSports. Cyber and Love were featured on Captain’s Table with Paul of AstroPub before the race. The Raiders did not place, as they were attacked by pirates, but they made a great impression with other orgs like Nova Syndicate.
The Raiders host an All Call meeting to brief the 2951 plan to all Raiders. Org tools are ready for use, Raven Report publications are scheduled, and activities are organized on an org calendar.
Cyber-Punk and Love-Machine place 3rd in Duo Heat 2 and 7th in the Finals of the first Hurston Hurt Locker by ATMO eSports.
Love-Machine briefs the 2951 Wreck Raiders plan to revitalize and accelerate the guild.
Merge Westcoast and European Chapters to the Original Chapter
Cyber-Punk elected President of the Original Chapter
Bishop Bushido Brown elected Vice-President of the Original Chapter
First Annual Wreck Raiders Rally in Daymar, Stanton
Wreck Raiders featured in Ship Illustrated Magazine (page 11) – Shout out to the Advocacy!
Bakinda forfeit his Patch to start his own organization but remain an Hang-around member
Bakinda and Spadz awarded Patch member of the Original Chapter
Cyber-Punk won the Raven Championship – Light Fighter Class with an Aegis Gladius
ArgusWolf awarded Nomad Status
Creation of the European Chapter, with VerniusNL as starting President
VerniusNL and Khaloc awarded Patch Member of the Original Chapter
Eric Chase elected President of the Original Chapter
Cyber-Punk elected Vice-President of the Original Chapter
Stahlingrad elected Secretary of the Original Chapter
Commondopip, Stahlingrad and Vandrian awarded Patch member of the Original Chapter
Cyber-Punk instituted as Founding member for his time and dedication to the Wreck Raiders
Argus_Wolfe awarded Patch member of the Original Chapter
Cyber-Punk awarded Patch member of the Original Chapter
Cyber-Punk elected President of the Original Chapter
Bishop Bushido Brown instituted as Founding member for his time and dedication to the Wreck Raiders
Bishop Bushido Brown awarded Patch member
Creation of the West Coast Chapter, with Bishop Bushido Brown as starting President
Charting of the Wreck Raiders, with Eric Chase as Founding member
Creation of the Orignial Chapter, with Eric Chase as staring President
Hacker64, Kivati, Rhone and theFestival awarded Patch members of the Original Chapter
To join the Wreck Raiders, please complete the steps in the following order:
Please note that failure to complete the Member Form will automatically result in rejection of the application.
Q: What is the moral compass of the Wreck Raiders?
A: We definitively operate in the “grey area”. Although we will maintain the appearance of being legit to the UEE, we will not hesitate to protect our assets and interest (i.e. discoveries) in lawless space. But we will not get involved in piracy or slave trading.
Q: As pioneer, do I HAVE to share the information regarding my discovery?
A: No, as the Finders Keepers rule implies, you have the first right of refusal on your finding. For example, if you find a jump point and succeed in charting it, you will keep 100% of the reward. Alternatively, if you are unable to chart it, you can share the information to the member of Wreck Raiders and still get 10% of the revenue. The same apply to any other discovery.
Q: If I successfully chart a jump point to a new system, why should I not file with UEE immediately?
A: You could report your finding immediately to the UEE, but by sharing the information with the Wreck Raiders you will get a greater return. Any finding made in the system (e.g. asteroid field), while shared exclusively, will grant you 5% of all the generated revenue. This is on top of the 10% you can get for any additional findings you make in the new system. After exhausting the profit potential by the Wreck Raiders, the jump point information can be sold to the UEE, or the highest bidder.
Q: Why assign a time for join operations?
A: Having a preset time slot for joined operation facilitate the coordination of collaborative gameplays and meetings. We understand that the available time slots might not be conductive to everyone but we value a strong brotherhood over world coverage. Alternatively, you could work toward starting your own chapter with its distinct joint operation hours.
Q: What is the expected level of commitment?
A: The expected level of commitments is subject to the membership type or role within the organization. Our prerogative is that real-life comes first and a game should not become a burden. Hang-around (Affiliate) are not bound by any level commitment. Prospect (Main) members can be casual (i.e. at least once a week), while management roles and patch members are expected to be regulars (i.e. at least 3 days a week). Note that those commitment levels apply to the join operations hours only; you are free to come at often or little as you wants.
Q: How can I start my own chapter?
A: Chapters are assigned to distinct start system with its own hours of operations. Creating a new chapter requires the approval of the board of directors. The normal path would be to become a patch members within an existing chapter and recruit a few other patch members to join you before seeking approval from the board of directors. But before the PU go live, you can contact us if you are a small group of mature gamers that wish to have a chapter under the Wreck Raiders.
The Wreck Raiders (hereinafter referred to as “the Organization”) is a member-owned cooperative formed to transact salvage, mining, and charting information; and scale up profits. The Organization’s primary goal is to create value for its members.
Each patch member will have equal ownership of the Organization. Ownership provides voting rights at their respective chapter.
The board of directors is composed of the presidents of each chapter and founding members. Each director of the board exercise a single vote. The board of directors:
Change to the charter and creation of new chapters requires unanimous vote from the board of directors. All other decisions requires majority vote from the board of directors. The president of the original chapter is the chairman at the board of directors’ meeting. In the event that the president of a chapter cannot attend the board of directors meetings; the vice president of that chapter will fulfill its duties. Founding members inactive for more than 30 days will be designated missing with suspended voting rights.
Chapters are a subset of the Organization’s members which operates within, or near, a particular star system. Each patch member exercise a single vote within their respective chapters. The chapter:
Acceptance of new patch members in the chapter requires unanimous vote from the chapter. All other decisions requires majority vote from the chapter. Any patch members inactive for more than 15 days will be designated missing with suspended voting rights.
The management is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the chapters. The management is also responsible for accepting hang-around and prospect members within the chapter. The management positions include:
President – The president is the figurehead and spokesman of the Organization. The president is also the chairman at chapter’s meetings
Vice President – The vice president is the second in charge and fills in when the president is away. The vice president is responsible to carry on passed motion at the Organization’s meetings.
Secretary – The secretary keeps minutes of meetings, maintains the ledger of membership, records dates of significant event for the chapter and oversee the Organization’s knowledgebase.
Treasurer – The treasurer is in charge of bookkeeping for the Organization and records the Organization’s assets. The treasurer is also responsible to investigate financial fraud within the chapter.
Sergeant-at-Arms – The sergeant-at-arms is responsible of the security and enforces order within the chapter.
Election for the management positions are held on the first monthly meeting of every year, or when a position becomes vacant.
Founding Member – Original main members of the Organization. They share the same privileges as the patch members with the distinction that they are member of the board of directors and cannot be voted out of the Organization. Founding members are: ArchBishop, Cyber-Punk, and Eric Chase.
Patch Member – Main members of the Organization with voting rights at their respective chapter. They are the trusted agents of the Organization and have main access to the knowledgebase. Patch membership is awarded with a unanimous vote from the respective chapter. Failure to get majority vote from the chapter will be subject to expulsion of the Organization. Patch members are entitled to wear the Organization’s patch.
Nomad Member – Patch members of the Organization without voting rights at any chapters, unless by invitation. Although they remain trusted agents of the Organization and have main access to the knowledgebase, nomad member are free roaming and is not associated with any chapters. Nomad status is granted with majority vote from their local chapter.
Prospect Member – Main members of the Organization with no voting rights. Prospect members are under probation with access to the Organization’s knowledgebase, excluding information on jump points and wreckage of capital ships.
Hang-Around Member – Affiliate members of the Organization. Hang-Around members are friendly to the Organization. They can participate as a finder for the Organization and collect finder’s fee, but cannot access the Organization’s knowledgebase.
In the event of the death of a member, any membership status and management position will be granted to the member’s inheritor.
Each chapter will hold a monthly meeting. Every member of the chapter must make a best effort to attend the monthly meeting. When unable to attend, the member will send notification ahead of time to the Management. Path members unable to attend will also submit votes via proxy (i.e. another patch member) on announced motions.
Individual’s operations occur around the clock, but the chapter’s official joint operations and gatherings occurs at a predetermined time of the day.
Finder can claim any finding for themselves or share the information within the Organization from which they will collect a 10% fee on any revenue from finding and 5% of revenue from findings in a discovered system, so long at the information remains exclusive to the Organization.
Information shared amongst the Organization can be exploited by the main members, but must pay the finder’s fee to the finder. In no circumstance shall the information be shared outside of the Organization; such action will result in a trial from the local chapter.
During operations involving multiple ships, the revenue sharing must be weighted based on the class of ships involved and participation time. Revenue sharing amongst the crew of a Multi-crew ship is at the ship’s owner discretion.
Main members can call members to arms to protect the Organization’s interests and assets. Any spoils of war will be divided amongst the Call to Arms participants.
Main members of the Organization can affiliate with sanctioned organizations which are social in nature and don’t conflict with the Organization’s interests. The following is a list of sanction organizations:
Any changes to this charter requires unanimous vote from the board of directors.